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The lawn of Nashville yoga instructor James Alvarez is being taken over by buckwheat.
Blake Farmer/Nashville Public Radio
June 1, 2012 Interest in food gardening increased during the economic downturn and has stayed pretty steady. Now some people are even turning to landscaping professionals to swap their lawns for something green and edible.
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